The new Plackers® Fruit Smoothie Swirl flossers are designed to make flossing fun for parents and kids. The dual grip handle makes them easy to use for kids of all ages, and allows parents to assist. So now you may be wondering, what exactly makes these flossers so good?
- Reduces tooth decay and promotes healthier gums
- Removes plaque and food
- Includes fluoride
- Fruit Smoothie Swirl flavor
- BPA free
I love the fact that the Plackers®Dual Grip Fruit Smoothie Swirl Kids' Flossers are designed for both parents and kids to use. The dual grip makes the flossers easy for kids of all ages to use, and allows parents to assist. The Plackers® hi-tech floss is engineered not to stretch, shred, or break, and includes fluoride to promote strong teeth and reduce tooth decay.
Dentists recommend as soon as a child has two teeth that are touching, parents should help them establish a daily flossing routine I can tell you, that I wish these would have been around several years ago when our boys were younger. My nieces, they loved these! They loved how they smelled and that they could use these themselves.
Here's a little tip that I think is pretty cool. When packing your child's lunch box, toss in a pair of flossers. They may or may not use them, but they will be reminded that caring for their teeth does matter. Hopefully a simple task like this will help instill the importance of healthy dental habits to continue for a lifetime. After All, It's All In a Mom's Day, Right?
Here's a little more about Plackers®:
Plackers®is a leading brand and pioneer in dental flossers and other consumer oral care products. Having patented the first disposable dental flosser, Plackers® is committed to developing high quality, affordable oral care products with innovative features that include a comprehensive line of dental flossers, dental accessories, and dental night guards. Plackers® holds over 20 patents and is sold in major retailers worldwide. For more information visit Plackers.com.
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